Worth Your Click: About Colors and Emotions, Tips for an Engaging Facebook Business Page & More

This week we've collected the latest news on recent hacks, tips for an engaging FB business page, a guide to colors and emotions, and more.

Tips for an Engaging Facebook Business Page

Tag: #Marketing
Time: 5 min

It used to be so easy to grow your Facebook business page. With all the algorithm changes, getting your page in people’s feeds is a real challenge. Luckily, HubSpot is here to help with a few actionable tips (some of which were new to us).

hubspot.com

WordPress Security Risk

Tag: #Security 
Time: 3 min

A website hacking campaign has been ongoing since July. Hackers have been exploiting vulnerabilities in over ten WP plugins in order to backdoor sites. These plugins include Bold Page Builder, Blog Designer, Live Chat with Facebook Messenger, Yuzo Related Posts, Visual CSS Style Editor, WP Live Chat Support, Form Lightbox, Hybrid Composer and All former NicDark plugins.

forbes.com

Hire More Junior Designers

Tag: #Design
Time: 6 min

As agencies and startups struggle to hire senior designers, this writer argues that hiring junior designers and fostering their talent offers many overlooked benefits.

invisionapp.com

Twitter’s CEO’s Account Hijacked

Tag: #Security
Time: 2 min

A group of hackers calling themselves ‘the Chuckling Squad’, has managed to use Twitter’s text-to-tweet service to hijack Jack Dorsey’s account. 

theverge.com

About Colors and Emotions

Tag: #Design
Time: 8 min

Colors and emotions are closely linked. Some colors can make us happy, others can make us sad, or even hungry. As a designer, you need to know how to use them. 

99designs.com

Malicious Websites Used to Hack into Iphones

Tag: #Security
Time: 2 min

Google’s security researchers found a number of malicious websites which, when visited, could hack into a victim’s iPhone. What’s up with all these hackers lately?

googleprojectzero.blogspot.com

Teaching Your Clients Design

Tag: #Design
Time: 9 min

How do you teach design to someone who has no previous experience in the field? This is a question always on our own minds, which is why we found this article so inspiring. These lessons are far from obvious: decode yourself, watch out for field-specific rhetoric, focus on the core… This is a truly valuable piece.

medium.muz.li

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About the Author

Ben Pines
Ben Pines
Ben Pines is Elementor's CMO. He has been in the online marketing industry for over 10 years, specializing in content marketing. WordPress has been Ben's platform of choice since the time it was used solely for blogging.

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